Brooke Shields Santa

Brooke Shields Santa, She may be a little old to be telling Santa what she wants for Christmas but it was all for a good cause. Brooke Shields and her two daughters were at the Brooks Brothers Seventh Annual Holiday Celebration for St Jude's Children's Hospital in New York on Wednesday and wasted
no time in posing with the bearded jollyman.  The New York Times reported...

First Brooke, 47, sat on his lap then her two red-headed little girls Rowan and Grier joined in the festive fun.

Brooke playfully grinned at the rotund Father Christmas and gave a cheeky pout as his arm rested round her waist. The Blue Lagoon star looked absolute thrilled with her daughters Rowan and Grier, eight and five, and couldn't stop smiling at them as the trio were snapped with Santa. Wearing a tailored black trouser suit Brooke looked every inch the elegant philanthropist.

She teamed the suit with a lavender silk shirt, simple black heels and a chic clutch.
Her brunette locks tumbled down her back and her make-up was au natural. Brooke, who is married to writer Chris Henchy, was also spotted with actress Marlo Thomas and Brooks Brothers CEO Claudio Del Vecchio. The historic suit makers Brooks Brothers were sponsoring the event.

The Pretty Baby actress could not have looked more different to the downcast figure she cut as she stepped out in New York on Tuesday. Dressed in a large padded green jacket and a pair of blue flares, Brook went for a stroll around the West Village.

Last month Brooke was left devastated after her mother and former manager Teri died aged 79. The New York Times reported the elder Shields passed away following a long illness related to dementia.

Brooke released a heartfelt statement to People magazine at the time. The former flame of Michael Jackson, who had a troubled relationship with Teri who masterminded her daughter's career after launching her into showbiz as a baby, said she wouldn't be who she was today if it wasn't for her mother.

'My mother was an enormous part of my life and of who I am today,' Brooke said in a statement to People magazine. 'I loved her, laughed with her, and respected her. And although she had her share of struggles, she was my mom.'